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Oh wow! Lmao!!!!! JOHN! I was silently saying “ahhhh, which kind mum’s this” before I saw the John part!lol
Well, I actually remember wearing a dress, a headtie and stillitoes(Yes! Oversized ones) to go to d market with mumsy! With my very own shopping basket! Guess mom was very open minded then cos we rocked that market scene *sigh*.
But now eh, even to apply my eyeliner and liquid powder in her presence is war. I guess being way above eighteen doesnt count as much anymore.
LMAO 😂 😂 😂. John totally tried it
this post just brought back memories, growing up as a pretty kid, how daddy dearest (bless his soul) got really furious when my sisters dressed me up in their dress and mumsi’s make up 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
(such innocence! if only they knew then)
This brought memories too. My sisters used to dress me in their cloths too, then would me as a cousin from the states to our playmates.
LMAO! Oh John, wait till you can buy your own makeup, you hear? 😀
He should wait and buy his make up himself, putting on make up is honestly such a confidence booster.
And people who say guys shouldn’t wear make up need to take several seats… 🙃
I yaff died!!!!
I used to wear Мy aunts clothes a lot wen I was younger n I even had a brief thoroughly hidden from my family drag career btw 2011 and 2013….
Now anything could trigger those dagger stares n snide comments.
But then, who cares???
Lol! Do I need to ask my mum all these before unleashing the Rupaul in me (which I do practically everyday)? No.
Put them on and wiggle your fingers at her on your way out. Simple.